A more accurate picture of Israel’s giving land it controlled up for peace since 1967:
This map shows that Israel gave up control of the Sinai, Gaza, Southern Lebanon and much of the West Bank over the years. Rather than falsely accusing Israel as a land-grabbing rogue state, it accurately shows Israel as perhaps the only state in history that has voluntarily given up more than two-thirds of the areas it controls in exchange for nothing more than a paper agreement - or sometimes not even that. All at the risk of serious security concerns for her people, no less.
This is all because Israel wants, desperately, to live in real peace with her neighbors. This desire is not reciprocated by those neighbors, unfortunately.
The real map shows the truth of Israel’s incredible concessions in the often vain hope for peace.
fergusfungus asked: Thanks a LOT for answering my question! I respect your opinion but I still think that jewish people don't need to be in a determined place. It's like black people building their own country because they were discriminated by white people! I'm saying all of this because I've learned A LOT from a rabbi, and that was possible because he wasn't in Israel, and I was able to talk with him, to share opinions, and most important, to get used to live in a place with people from different cultures :)
It’s not that Jews NEED to be in one place or SHOULD be in one place. We should be able to go wherever we want to go, just like everyone else. We should also have our country back. It’s ok to roam and still have a home toward which to cast anchor. It’s that as a nationality, we deserve them same respect as other nationalities.
My latest photo shoot for up-and-coming Gothic jewellery company, The Crypt Of Curiosities, featured an elegant pair of earrings.Silver ribcages dangle under jet black and vermilion Swarovski cryst…
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Snapped by Eva on her mobile after the shoot. I’m excited to see how the pictures turn out!
Skull and talon necklace by my amazing sponsor, The Crypt Of Curiosities.
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“Before this I just thought Students for Justice in Palestine was crazy but I didn’t know it would lead to violence.”
A Jewish student on the campus of Temple University was assaulted on Wednesday afternoon and called “kike” and “baby killer” by members of the anti-Semitic student group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). Daniel Vessal, a Camera on Campus fellow and a member of the Jewish fraternity AEPi, was punched in the face by a violent member of the anti-Israel organization SJP at “Templefest” which is organized for students on campus to gain new information about campus clubs a week before the start of classes. Vessal is a managing information systems major at the Fox School of Business at the university.
“I’m walking down Polett Walk, one of the main walkways through Temple University and I see the SJP table,” Vessal told TruthRevolt from a local area hospital. “I go up to them and I really just wanted to see what angle they were coming from. I went up to the table and started talking to them. I said, ‘listen, you shouldn’t be protesting Israel- if anything protest the terrorists.’”
“This one girl sitting at the end of the table was just laughing and laughing at me,” he explained “As she was laughing at me, people at the table were calling me a ‘baby killer,’ I said when she stops then maybe we could have a genuinely peaceful conversation.”
“And then this kid just rocks me in the face as hard as he can. My glasses flew off. After a two-second blur I had no clue what had happened. I couldn’t believe the kid actually hit me,” said Vessal who added that he needs to obtain a new pair of glasses due to the extensive damage.
“When the police came over and were filing the report the kids at the table were screaming ‘You Zionist pig, you racist, that’s what you get,’” Vessal explained. “If anything, I thought they would be apologetic for someone in their organization doing something like that.”